In a rapidly and incessantly changing world, Florida-based Cleartronic seeks to identify business problems created by change, and explore opportunities in which the communications technology company can apply its core intellectual property to develop solutions that enhance circumstance and grow shareholder value.
The execution of this mission is enabled by the creation and/or acquisition of subsidiaries capable of developing, manufacturing and marketing technologies – either stand-alone systems or interoperable devices and technologies – that address significant market needs in the enterprise and consumer markets.
Cleartronic’s VoiceInterop business, for example, provides interoperable communication solutions to emergency services agencies, airport management, and colleges and universities that rely on easy, reliable and flexible communication between working groups.
VoiceInterop’s patent pending AudioMate360 IP gateways and control software are recognized as a bridging system interface (BSI) by the Department of Homeland Security. Available in three versions – analog audio (360a), two-way (360r) and IDEN radios (360i) – AudioMate360 can be integrated with commercial, off-the-shelf equipment allowing for endless applications without technical limitations or geographic boundaries.
This unified, interoperable communications system bridges communication gaps between legacy and new systems, serving as a scalable and cost-efficient way to centralize and manage communication networks and devices in the event of communication-critical circumstances.
As Cleartronic continues to expand VoiceInterop’s base of more than 200 clients, the company is conducting research and development opportunities in the machine-to-market, “smart grid” applications, and cloud communications products and services such as its incident command platform.
ReadyOp Communications, Inc., Cleartronic’s second subsidiary, is the center of a recently expanded long-standing license agreement with Collabria LLC, a communications software company, regarding the cloud-based ReadyOp platform.
Designed to enable orderly and efficient dissemination of information through the chain of command, ReadyOp’s visual dashboard display – accessible via web browser or smartphone – allows users to easily locate, assign tasks and communicate with individuals and groups in a single agency or multiple organizations. ReadyOp is the ultimate in interoperability, a dire function for government agencies, hospitals, first responders and companies in situations of daily operations, special event planning, incident management, emergency response and recovery.
In the past, Collabria maintained its own sales and marketing initiatives of the ReadyOp platform. With the new agreement in place, ReadyOp is leading its marketing efforts in new territories among local, state, national and international clients in several industries and government agencies.
Utilizing an experienced and progressive management team, Cleartronic, VoiceInterop and ReadyOp address discrepancies that threaten critical seamless, interoperable and reliable information dissemination due to perpetual demands and changes in communication.
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